Ford Falcon/Fairmont XD-XF - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Ford Falcon/Fairmont XD, XE, XF

There existed for many years an illogical belief that plastic bumper Falcons would never achieve ‘classic’ status. Huge numbers were neglected into oblivion but with their position in local Ford lore now defined, demand is soaring and increasing money is being paid for very good cars.

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XD-XF GLs with six-cylinder engines are doing well; in some cases up more than 30 per cent in a year. Fairmont V8s which were already entrenched continue to climb and are already topping $20,000. ESP V8s, especially XD versions, are hard to locate and hitting the $50,000 mark that once was reserved for 351-engined XE manuals.

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Parts for Falcons of this age are reportedly harder to find than for earlier ones.

XD-XF Falcon $8410 [38] 

XD-XF Fairmont $12,415 [8]

XD-XE Fairmont V8 $20,865 [9] 

XD ESP V8 $50,000 [1]

XE ESP V8 $41,995 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.

 

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